Alienor Guigas-Girard

Aliénor Girard-Guigas began playing the harp when she was six at the Conservatoire d’Avignon. She won the Médaille d’Or of Harp in 2001.

She improved her art during master classes and camps with Suzanna Mildonian, Marie-Claire Jamet (Villecroze Academy), Isabelle Moretti, Fabrice Pierre and Marie-Pierre Langlamet. In 2004, she won the first prize in the European competition of Picardy, and the first prize at the International Competition of the U.F.A.M.

In the meanwhile, Aliénor completed a degree in private law at the University of Avignon.

Deciding then to devote herself fully to the music, Aliénor Girard-Guigas enters the class of Fabrice Pierre to the CNSM of Lyon. In June 2008 she obtained her diploma (DNESM) with the mention Très-Bien.

Aliénor has since developed his musical repertoire in the Orchestre Français des Jeunes, the Sinfonia Varsovia, the Orchestre Philarmonique de Marseille, the Orchestre d’Auvergne, the Orchestre Symphonique de St Etienne, the Orchestre Symphonique de l’Aube the Orchestre de Limoges, the Aix-en-Provence Philharmonic Orchestra, the Nice Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio-France and regularly performs at the National Orchestra of Lyon (tours Germany 2008, China 2014, Japan 2014, Vienna-Bratislava 2014, Japan 2016), the Lyric Orchestra of Avignon-Provence Region and the Orchestre de l’Opéra de Lyon (Japan tour 2009).

She played directed by prestigious conductors such as Michel PLASSON, Gilbert AMY, Jean-Claude CASADESUS, Jean-Jacques KANTOROW, Leonard SLATKIN, Jun MÄRKL, Kent NAGANO, Evelino PIDO, Rolf REUTER, Emmanuel KRIVINE, Mikko FRANCK, Kazushi ONO … and in different festivals such as the Berlioz Festival, the La Chaise-Dieu Festival, the Roque d’Anthéron Festival, Nuits de Fourvière, Chorégies d’Orange, the Festival d’Avignon and the Jazz Festival in Vienna, the Besançon Festival, the Cité de la Musique, the Palais-des-Papes in Avignon, the Konzerthaus Berlin in Vienna’s Kontherthaus, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall, Aichi Prefectural Art Nagoya Theater, Tokyo Opera City, Shanghai Opera, or the Beijing National Center of Performing Arts.

Her attraction to chamber music finally led her to play with the Mare Nostrum string ensemble, the Carpe Diem ensemble, the Camerata Franz Schubert and the Sylf ensemble (Symphonie Loire-Forez), in Choir and Harp or duet Flute and Harp, in Soprano trio, Percussion and Harp (program of sacred songs and Sephardic music); with narrator; in quintet with her cousins ​​the string quartet Girard (Danses de Debussy and Fantastic Tale of the Red Death of Caplet); finally with the Ensemble of the Musique aux Etoiles Festival (Concerto de Glière, Debussy’s Dances, Introduction and Allegro de Ravel …).

Coming first of all the duo Violin and Harp, with Cordelia Palm, concertmaster of the OLRAP (Duo Alcor), in a duet that the two musicians offer to the public music lover very regularly for 15 years.

Their mutual musical feeling led them to open their duet to collaboration with other artists.


Nora Lamoureux

Nora began learning the harp at age 7 in Véronique Chenuet’s class and percussion at 9 in Alain Henry’s class at CRD Cholet (49). She obtained a Premier Prix for harp and chamber music.

In October 2001, she was unanimously received at the CNSMD Lyon in the class of Fabrice Pierre where she obtained her DNESM. She then continued her studies with l’Atelier XXème devoted to contemporary repertoire in small orchestral bands. In September 2006 she was admitted to a Diploma Course in CA, which she obtained in June 2008.

In the meanwhile, she has been invited to perform in various orchestras such as the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, the St Etienne Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Dresden Staadskapelle Orchestra…

She was a finalist in the solo harp competitions of the St Etienne Symphony Orchestra and 2nd harp of the Berlin Philharmonic.

She also performed in chamber music in bands ranging from duet to septet.

She is since September 2008, teacher of harp at CRD Aix-en-Provence.

Constance Luzzati

The broadening of the repertoire of the harp, through contemporary creation and transcription of early music, is the favorite field of harpist Constance Luzzati. In 2014, she obtained a PhD in interpretation (CNSMDP and Paris-Sorbonne University) which concerns the transcription for harp of the 18th century French harpsichord repertoire. Previously, a CNSMDP advanced course with harpsichordist Kenneth Weiss and a baroque harp course with Mara Galassi in Milan allowed her to begin an interpretative work on the ancient repertoire in a broader way. A collaboration with several composers (Bruno Mantovani, whom she created Tocar in 2006, or Édith Lejet, whom she created De Lumière et de cieux embraces in 2011) gave her access to live contemporary music.

Constance Luzzati had the opportunity to share with the public her favorite repertoires in many Parisian concert halls (Cité de la musique, Maison de la Radio, Petit Palais, Grand Palais), French festivals (Folles Journées of Nantes, Flâneries de Reims, Duo Dijon, Maison de la Musique in Nanterre, Festival de Besançon), as well as abroad (Italy, Spain, Great Britain, Netherlands, Hungary, Japan, United States). She is a laureate of 5 international competitions, including the first prizes of the Wales International Harp Competition in 2006 and the Hungarian International Harp Competition in 2007. She is also a finalist at the 2011 Concert Artists Guild international competition in New York. She has been distinguished in France, notably by winning the CNSMDP Avant-scènes competition in 2007, and being a laureate of Cultures France and the Foundation pour la vocation Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet.

Projects involving theater and music are also important to her. She has thus integrated Emmanuel Demarcy-Motta’s productions for plays by Brecht and Von Horvath from 2007 to 2011, and created with the actress Marie-Armelle Deguy and the director Jacques Vincey a show around Madame de Lafayette’s texts. A course at the Ecole d’Art Dramatique Florent has allowed her to develop her understanding of the theatrical world. She performed at the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris, at the Célestins in Lyon, at the Grand T in Nantes, at the Théâtre National de Rennes, at the Quartz in Brest, at the Comédie de Reims, at the Théâtre de l’Ouest parisien in Boulogne, but also in Porto, Lisbon, Moscow and Saint Petersburg.

Harpsichordist Kenneth Weiss and harpists Françoise Netter, Isabelle Moretti and Germaine Lorenzini were her mentors, whose teaching was completed by the teaching of many other professors, at the CNSMDP, where, before the doctorate and the advanced course, she followed the complete course of harp classes, chamber music, history of music, analysis, musical culture, and aesthetics.

Constance also devotes a part of her time to teaching : holder of the certificate of aptitude for the function of teacher of musical culture, she teaches this discipline at the CRR Boulogne-Billancourt and the CRD of Bourg la Reine; she also supervises the end-of-studies work at the Pole Supérieur de Paris-Boulogne (PSPBB).

She can be heard on France Musique, in programs such as L’atelier du musicien with Jean-Pierre Derrien, Keske with Dominique Boutel, ans la cour des grands with Gaëlle le Gallic and Sur tous les tons with François Castang. She recorded her first CD, Resonances, around contemporary and old music, in the CNSMDP’s Jeunes solistes collection in 2008. She also played in Musique Impressioniste, a double CD of chamber music recorded by the soloists of the Rouen Opera House.

Camille Roux

Born in 1983 in Aubagne, Camille Roux began her musical studies at the age of six at the Conservatoire de Musique d’Aubagne in the class of Lydia Laurens.

In 2000, at the Regional Conservatory of Marseille, she won Premiers Prix of Harp and Chamber Music.

She continued her studies at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance of Lyon in the class of Fabrice Pierre and obtained in 2007 the National Diploma of Higher Studies of Music.

In 2009, she joined CEFEDEM Sud d’Aubagne where she obtained the State Diploma in Artistic Education.

In 2001, she created for the 35th Festival of Music in Saint-Victor the Harp Concerto by Henri Tomasi.

She performed in the Festival d’Aix en Provence where she played within the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Berlioz Festival, La Chaise Dieu, Radio France Festival.

Since then she has played in various orchestras, the Orchestre de l’Opéra de Paris, the Monaco Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre de l’Opéra de Marseille, the Orchestre National de Bordeaux Aquitaine, the Orchestre National de Lorraine, the Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orchestre de la Monnaie of Brussels.